SNL blames VERY gassy voter fraud trial of Rudy Giuliani with Melissa Carone

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SNL returned to the airwaves on Saturday night after being absent for nearly a month with Donald Trump’s attempts to overturn the 2020 election result ripe for ridicule.

The show began with Kate McKinnon portraying Rudy Giuliani’s appearance in the Michigan legislature earlier this week.

It was all part of President Trump’s attempt to stay in power despite his loss to Joe Biden by over 7 million votes and potentially over 70 Electoral College votes.

Kate McKinnon resumed role as Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani

Cecily Strong played key witness Melissa Carone, who went viral for her messy and confusing testimony

Cecily Strong played key witness Melissa Carone, who went viral for her messy and confusing testimony

Cecily Strong played key witness Melissa Carone, who went viral for her messy and confusing testimony

Pictured is the real Melissa Carone, contractor for Dominion Voting Systems and witness featured by Rudy Giuliani for the Trump Michigan campaign at this week's hearing

Pictured is the real Melissa Carone, contractor for Dominion Voting Systems and witness featured by Rudy Giuliani for the Trump Michigan campaign at this week's hearing

Pictured is the real Melissa Carone, contractor for Dominion Voting Systems and witness featured by Rudy Giuliani for the Trump Michigan campaign at this week’s hearing

The joke centered around how Giuliani appeared to audibly fart during the hearing while addressing Michigan lawmakers, before a group of colorful characters took the stand and began to testify.

McKinnon’s Giuliani said she was bringing in witnesses who are “very intelligent and barely intoxicated people.”

Cecily Strong appeared as a witness for Giuliani, Melissa Carone, an independent consultant who briefly worked for Dominion Voting Systems and who allegedly witnessed voter fraud.

“I swear to tell my whole story and nothing but my story, so help me Gob,” Strong’s Carrone said.

In real life, Carone’s testimony seemed inconsistent at times as she gave a somewhat hesitant testimony and could be heard muddling her words.

Strong suggested through her cartoon that she might have been drunk during the hearing.

SNL accurately captured the chaotic and bizarre elements of Michigan audiences

SNL accurately captured the chaotic and bizarre elements of Michigan audiences

SNL accurately captured the chaotic and bizarre elements of Michigan audiences

“Please tell us what you have witnessed with the Dominion machines,” asked Mikey Day, who enthusiastically played a Michigan State Senator.

“Excuse me, maybe try to lose the attitude first?” Just like you, replied Carrone de Strong. “Did you lose all those Trump ballots?” she asked by doing aerial quotes.

“I don’t manage the ballots,” Day replied.

“Yeah, exactly, so you wouldn’t know, would you?” Strong replied.

“Please just speak up,” Ego Nwodim asked as another Michigan lawmaker.

Mikey Day played a Michigan State Senator and got to ask all the important questions

Mikey Day played a Michigan State Senator and got to ask all the important questions

Mikey Day played a Michigan State Senator and got to ask all the important questions

“You’re going to regret saying that because I have personally seen hundreds if not thousands of dead vote,” Strong’s Carrone replied. ‘I do not lie. I signed an After David, ”she joked, meaning“ affidavit ”.

“Have you seen them? Nwodim asked.

“Yeah basically, yeah. I remember because I was going out, they were going in, ”Strong’s Carrone replied. “And then they gave their votes to the Democrats, and then you probably did something fucking crazy with them. “

“I don’t manage the ballots and I’m a Republican,” Day said.

“Then you are literally useless. You have no use. Have you checked all the surveys? Have you spoken to all the dead? Carrone of Strong asked.

“We are state senators,” Nwodim reminded him.

Ego Nwodim played another Michigan lawmaker in the cold open

Ego Nwodim played another Michigan lawmaker in the cold open

Ego Nwodim played another Michigan lawmaker in the cold open

Heidi Gardner played a witness who said she ate ballots

Heidi Gardner played a witness who said she ate ballots

Heidi Gardner played a witness who said she ate ballots

Beck Bennett also appeared as Mike Lindell from My Pillow

Beck Bennett also appeared as Mike Lindell from My Pillow

Beck Bennett also appeared as Mike Lindell from My Pillow

Two other “false witnesses” dot the rest of the sketch.

Heidi Gardner appeared playing a witness who said she ate ballots as the testimonies started to get more and more bizarre, including a story about an alien abduction.

Nicole Kidman’s character in The Undoing, played by SNL’s Chloe Fineman, appeared alongside actor Beck Bennett as My Pillow’s Mike Lindell, which sparked a humorous dialogue.

“Did you know that a Democrat can hide over a million fake ballots in a My Pillow and get a good night’s sleep? Freshened up and ready to fly an election. Thanks to My Pillow, ”Bennett’s Lindell said.

‘Sir. Lindell, is this an advertisement for my pillow? Day asked.

“I wish it was, yes!” Bennet joked.

Nwodim then rang to ask, “Are we just going to let any random person come in here and start talking?” At this point, Strong’s Carrone responded for one last time.

‘Sorry. We are all here under oath. And if you want to speak of chance, I voted for Trump but Biden won ?. Hmmmmmmm. Maybe a little too random! she says.

'Defense calls out Nicole Kidman character from The Undoing,' McKinnon's Giuliani said as Chloe Fineman emerged as Kidman

'Defense calls out Nicole Kidman character from The Undoing,' McKinnon's Giuliani said as Chloe Fineman emerged as Kidman

“Defense calls out the character of Nicole Kidman from The Undoing,” McKinnon’s Giuliani said as Chloe Fineman emerged as Kidman

Pete Davidson, left, and Kyle Mooney also managed to appear in the open as a couple of guys who were caught plotting to kidnap the Michigan state governor earlier this year.

Pete Davidson, left, and Kyle Mooney also managed to appear in the open as a couple of guys who were caught plotting to kidnap the Michigan state governor earlier this year.

Pete Davidson, left, and Kyle Mooney also managed to appear in the open as a couple of guys who were caught plotting to kidnap the Michigan state governor earlier this year.

Pete Davidson and Kyle Mooney also managed to appear out in the open as a couple of guys who were caught plotting to kidnap the Michigan state governor, which happened in October.

Jason Bateman appeared as this week’s host in what was his first outing in the comedy sketch since 2005.

This week’s musical guest was country star Morgan Wallen.

Wallen was originally scheduled to appear earlier in the season, but was dropped after being seen partying on his Instagram page without a mask and breaching COVID-19 safety protocols for NBC as a result.

Jason Bateman is this week's host.  He last hosted for SNL in 2005

Jason Bateman is this week's host.  He last hosted for SNL in 2005

Jason Bateman is this week’s host. He last hosted for SNL in 2005

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